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Old 2008-09-03, 19:11   Link #301
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Put all that stuff into a folder (make one) inside the Japanese version folder.
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Old 2008-09-03, 19:48   Link #302
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to expand on what GyroidFanatic said a little bit, what you need to do is place the contents of the RAR/ZIP file inside a subfolder in the original japanese game folder.

In a default CD install, the game installs to c:\Program Files\07th_Expansion\higurashi4 and creates subfolders like "music" and "wav". You need to create another subfolder ("english" often goes well, since its so damn descriptive) and place the contents of the RAR/ZIP inside of that folder. In effect, you would be extracting the files to c:\Program Files\07th_Expansion\higurashi4\english

Once that is done, you should be able to run the onscripter-en.exe with no issues.

(of course, if its the CD version, [dont know about the download version] you can also download the Installer that I put together for the girls, as that puts stuffs in the right places, and even creates a cute Rena icon on your desktop )
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Old 2008-09-13, 21:38   Link #303
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Could someone do me a favour and mediafire/megaupload the demo installer?
Parental Controls are ebil and not letting me get to the dl sites. ;—;
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Old 2008-09-16, 15:39   Link #304
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I Just wanted to thank you for your hard work. Now I can play game, not only watching pictures and listening to music XD. So do your best :*.

There was only one problem, when I saved game in moment where K1 talk about funeral (a the very begining), after loading this save there was no sound. I played once again and saved game in various places after train monologue and there wasn't any problem with sound so everything is okay but I wanted that you knew that.

p.s Does anyone understand me (I mean, am i writing good/bad/horrrible?) because I'm very good with reading and not bad with listening in English but when it comes to writing or speaking -especialy speaking ;p- ......... I want just to know how good or bad I am ^^
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Old 2008-09-16, 16:25   Link #305
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There was only one problem, when I saved game in moment where K1 talk about funeral (a the very begining), after loading this save there was no sound. I played once again and saved game in various places after train monologue and there wasn't any problem with sound so everything is okay but I wanted that you knew that.
Wait... You can actually save whenever you want just like in Umineko?! If that's the case, I feel extremely stupid right now because I always waited for the day to end so I could save.

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p.s Does anyone understand me (I mean, am i writing good/bad/horrrible?) because I'm very good with reading and not bad with listening in English but when it comes to writing or speaking -especialy speaking ;p- ......... I want just to know how good or bad I am ^^
You're not that bad, I could read and understand all of what you said without a problem.
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Old 2008-09-16, 16:41   Link #306
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There was only one problem, when I saved game in moment where K1 talk about funeral (a the very begining), after loading this save there was no sound. I played once again and saved game in various places after train monologue and there wasn't any problem with sound so everything is okay but I wanted that you knew that.
That's actually a "bug" that happens in the original game as well; annoying, but nothing we can do about it.

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Wait... You can actually save whenever you want just like in Umineko?! If that's the case, I feel extremely stupid right now because I always waited for the day to end so I could save.
Yes, you can save anytime there's a "clickwait" cursor (the little jittery triangle or page icon) by right-clicking to get the selection menu and selecting "Save". Note that the very first (squishy) part of the game has no clickwaits, so you don't get to save there.

Technically, you can save during the TIPS as well, but I wouldn't recommend it.

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Old 2008-09-19, 10:21   Link #307
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Well done!

You said you were interested in non-windows results, so:

I used the demo version of Higu and ran the installer with Wine. (okay)

I used Higurashi_Demo_-_Onikakushi_Day14.zip and ONScripter version 20080121(2.82) and got error message
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ONScripter version 20080121(2.82)
Initialize JOYSTICK
Display: 640 x 480 (32 bpp)
Audio: 44100 Hz 16 bit stereo
command [language] is not supported yet!!
*** can't find file [Bmp\Efe\uoncur.bmp] ***
*** can't find file [Bmp\Efe\uoffcur.bmp] ***
*** can't find file [Bmp\Efe\doncur.bmp] ***
*** can't find file [Bmp\Efe\doffcur.bmp] ***
command [linkcolor] is not supported yet!!
*** can't find file [uoncur.bmp] ***
*** can't find file [uoffcur.bmp] ***
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I can run onscripter-en.exe with Wine or by rebooting, though.
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Old 2008-09-19, 14:43   Link #308
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Hi rogerpepitone,

You need to use Haeleth's build of ONScripter-EN, not one of Ogapee's ONScripter builds - Ogapee's code doesn't yet support our multiple-path feature, among other things.

You can get the latest ONScripter-EN version (source code, I'm afraid) here: http://dev.haeleth.net/onscripter.shtml

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Old 2008-09-19, 18:15   Link #309
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Ah. Ubuntu's apt-get repositories have the Ogapee build. And there's no biggie about a source download; I use Linux because I'm a programmer.

Side question: I didn't notice any mention of the date (1-5, 9-14) within your translation; where are you getting it?

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Old 2008-09-19, 18:41   Link #310
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It's the name of the chapters in the menu: each chapter is named for the day it covers. (Unlike Umineko, for example, which has chapter names in the menu, time being indicated with a creepy ticking clock between chapters)
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Old 2008-09-19, 20:05   Link #311
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Is the menu only shown in the commercial version?
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Old 2008-09-19, 20:10   Link #312
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Yes, the menu only shows up after you get through the whole story (or use the scenario unlock) in the full version of the game.
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Old 2008-09-19, 20:11   Link #313
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The menu gets shown in both versions once you've "cleared" a scenario, allowing you to jump to a particular chapter within that finished arc. That's where we got the Day titles. (The commercial version allows you to unlock earlier scenarios.)

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Old 2008-09-23, 23:24   Link #314
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Not to be insulting, but I really don't like the way Rika's speaking was retranslated. Is there any particular reason for this? And does it continue throughout the series?
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Old 2008-09-24, 09:55   Link #315
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Not to be insulting, but I really don't like the way Rika's speaking was retranslated. Is there any particular reason for this? And does it continue throughout the series?
I don't like it either but just do like me and replace ", yes." by "nano desu!" each time she says it.
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Old 2008-09-24, 10:36   Link #316
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I don't like it either but just do like me and replace ", yes." by "nano desu!" each time she says it.
Well why didn't they just keep some cute 'gibberish' phrase like that, instead of yes? Everytime I read it is seems like she's asking a question or something.
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Old 2008-09-24, 10:54   Link #317
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And how would you propose it be translated ? I said it would be better to keep it intact, à la Rena's "hauu", but they like to anglicize a little more than me.
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Old 2008-09-24, 17:43   Link #318
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I think exactly what you said would've been better, they should've kept it intact. I know close to no japanese at the moment so I don't have a better way to 'translate it', but I don't think it needs to be.

All I'm saying is the 'yes' doesn't sound right at all
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Old 2008-09-24, 17:51   Link #319
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Well, if you don't know japanese, I don't think you're qualified to judge. "nano desu" doesn't sound right AT ALL in japanese either.
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Old 2008-09-24, 18:11   Link #320
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Well, if you don't know japanese, I don't think you're qualified to judge. "nano desu" doesn't sound right AT ALL in japanese either.
Yes but her "nano desu" is cute for that very same reason. "Yes"... not so much.

Anyway, I don't really mind about it. It's just that I prefer her original line.
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